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Delineation

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Delineation is an alternative term for astrological interpretation. Traditionally, delineation meant the interpretation of specific components of an astrological chart, and the term synthesis was reserved for the interpretation of the chart as a whole. In current usage, however, delineation can mean any level of interpretation.

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I always admire those actors who can easily delineate their identity from the one they have to assume.
But because every country is different, policymakers have found it difficult to delineate consistent rules to govern entry and post-entry conditions.
SOP 97-2 guidance also addressed revenue allocation using VSOE (vendor specific objective evidence) -- price books that delineate component pricing when sold separately, or prices set by management with "appropriate authority.
One line (figure 1, solid line E) delineates the maximum lateral limit of the right frontal sinus.
These separate data sets have enabled the author to delineate the range of the choices and constraints affecting black slaves in France, as well as their masters, lawyers, magistrates and the French monarchs themselves.
Peter Cowdery, the Company's VP of Exploration having reviewed the report presented by Patterson Geophysics, has stated that, "As with the other properties on which we have received very positive reports and findings from Bill Patterson, we are once again very encouraged by the results at Douglas Lake and will now proceed to do a follow up ground program to better define and delineate potential drill targets.
A high-resolution 2-D seismic survey was conducted in late 2005 and early 2006 to delineate the prospects in this acreage.
According to Company officials, the initial phase of drilling took place in the underground decline, which helped delineate the halloysite clay bed and verify halloysite material continuously along the strike of the exposed bed in the decline.
Potential exists in this NE-trending zone to delineate additional uranium resources in the projections of the three known resources at depth or along strike, and in inadequately tested uranium prospects elsewhere.
It is expected that the detailed survey will delineate the sizes and shapes of the anomalies, providing sufficient definition for drill evaluation later in the first half of 2006.